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‘With disregard for playing by the rules that may cause a few old school puritans to retch in horror, No Consequence are the quintessential modern metal band. With a solid spine of tech-death intricacy, huge swathes of Architects-style atmosphere and smartly executed bursts of everything from brutal grind to razor-sharp thrash, their sound is a bravely limitless amalgam of every credible sub-genre.’
-- Terrorizer

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Live + Photos: Textures @ Camden Underworld – 01 October 2009

October 10th, 2009

Dutch math-metallers, Textures, chose to play a one-off show in London as the final show in support of their Silhouettes album. Hugh Platt went along to do the words; Paul Caudell was there to do the pictures.

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As far as opening acts for Dutch tech-experimentalists Textures go, we’re finding it hard to think of someone less suited to the task than Anger Management. While their half an hour or so of boxy hardcore was far from incompetent, it wasn’t exactly tickling the avant-garde fancy of  the few people who turned up early doors.

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